Friday, 13 September 2013

LOOK WHO WAS ON AFTER DARK!!!!!

I HAVE JUST FOUND THIS ON WIKI - IST MARCH 2003 - Child Protection: How Far Should We Go?

Helena Kennedy

Esther Rantzen, Tom O'Carroll, Bill Thompson, June Taylor, Jeremy Coid, Peter Garsden, Christian Wolmar

I AM ASTONISHED THAT SHE NEVER MENTIONED THIS AT THE TIME OF THE HAUT DE LA GARENNE CHILD ABUSE/MURDER INVESTIGATION OR THAT THE PROGRAM WAS NOT SHOWN AGAIN!


List of After Dark editions


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After Dark – picture shows guests from the edition of 9 April 1988, including General Sir Cecil 'Monkey' Blacker, Margaret, Duchess of Argyll and John McCririck.
After Dark was a British late night television discussion programme, produced by Open Media. It ran off and on Channel 4 between 1987 and 1997, and on the BBC in 2003.[1] Here follows a complete list of all editions, with dates of live transmission and the names of all guests and hosts, and whether the programmes are available for online download at BFI InView.



Contents
[hide] 1 Series 1
2 Series 2
3 Series 3
4 Series 4
5 Specials
6 BBC Four series
7 References

Series 1[edit source]



Date of broadcast

Title of programme

Host

Guests

BFI InView



1 May 1987

Secrets

Tony Wilson

Clive Ponting, Margaret Moore, Colin Wallace, T. E. Utley, Isaac Evans, Peter Hain, Anne-Marie Sandler

Yes



8 May 1987

Private Lives

Helena Kennedy

Tony Blackburn, Jeremy Black, Peter Tatchell, Sheila Kitzinger, Paul Halloran, Victoria Gillick, Johnny Edgecombe




15 May 1987

Football Crazy

Professor Anthony Clare

Terry Neill, A.J. Ayer, Chris Lightbown, Stuart Cosgrove, John Fashanu, Ian Hutchinson, Jennifer Hargreaves




22 May 1987

Do The British Love Their Children?

Chantal Cuer

John Rae, Linda Bellos, Germaine Greer, Gordon Whiteley, Russell Hoban, Diane Caw, Sarah Coomaraswamy

Yes



29 May 1987

The Mafia

John Underwood

Alex Manson, Doug Le Vien, Claire Sterling, David Mellor, David Yallop, Gaia Servadio, Bob Dick, Frank Pulley

Yes



5 June 1987

Honest, Decent and True?

Professor Anthony Clare

John Ehrlichman, Anthony Smith, Mary Midgeley, Ann Burdus, Philip Bobbitt, Hugh Montefiore

Yes



12 June 1987

Is Britain Working?

Tony Wilson

David Selbourne, Teresa Gorman, Hilary Hook, Ezaz Ahmed Hayat, Adrian Lloyd, Billy Bragg, 'Helen'




26 June 1987

Killing With Care

Professor Ian Kennedy

Charlotte Hough, Ilora Finlay, Pieter Admiraal, Lord Soper, George Cant, Maggie Davis, Vicky Clement-Jones, John Finnis




3 July 1987

Peace in Our Time

John Underwood

Edward Teller, Beatrix Campbell, Deidre Duffy, Rudolf Peierls, Enoch Powell, Sergei Kapitsa

Yes



10 July 1987

Klaus Barbie

Professor Ian Kennedy

Eli Rosenbaum, Neal Ascherson, Gena Turgel, Philippe Daudy, Paul Oestreicher, Jacques Vergès

Yes


Series 2[edit source]



Date of broadcast

Title of programme

Host

Guests

BFI InView



19 February 1988

Beyond the Law

John Underwood

Colin Woods, Eileen Gray, Martin Short, Brian Woollard, David Napley, Ian Hunt, T Dan Smith

Yes



26 February 1988

Marriage: What Do Women Want?

Stuart Hood

James Dearden, Carol McMillan, Julie Grant, Mary Whitehouse, Joan Wyndham, Naim Attallah, Shere Hite



4 March 1988

No Place Like Home

Helena Kennedy

Susanne Reedes, Martin Daunton, Kathy Hearne, William 'Spider' Wilson, John Heddle, Sheila McKechnie, Bill More

Yes



11 March 1988

You Are What You Wear

Gaia Servadio

Brenda Polan, Bishop of Lewes, Bruce Oldfield, Nicholas Coleridge, Terry Melville, Katherine Hamnett, Raghib Ashan



18 March 1988

Licensed to Kill?

Paul Sieghart

Pauline Perry, Onora O'Neill, Michael Wiseman, Anthony Farrar-Hockley, Bridie Maguire, Arnold Dousse, Bernadette Devlin McAliskey

Yes



25 March 1988

Iran/Iraq: A Holy War?

John Underwood

Noel Pickering, Haleh Afshar, Norman Kirkham, Shusha Guppy, Ezzat Altamimi, Hoshyar Zebari, Hamid Houshangi, Dilip Hiro

Yes



9 April 1988

Horse Racing: Sport Of Kings?

Tony Wilson

Barney Curley, John McCririck, Duncan Keith, Margaret, Duchess of Argyll, General Sir Cecil 'Monkey' Blacker, Alan Gibbons, Brian Radford, 'Michael'



16 April 1988

What Is Prison For?

Professor Ian Kennedy

John Renton, John Masterson, Ken Murray, Terry Dicks, Tony Hoare, Yolande McShane

Yes



23 April 1988

Race and the Classroom: Education for All?

Helena Kennedy

Blake Bedford, Olna Manyan, Ray Honeyford, John Sentamu, Ann Dummett, Dipak Basu, Lurline Champagnie

Yes



30 April 1988

Bewitched, Bothered or Bewildered?

Tony Wilson

Moira Woods, Olivia Durdin-Robertson, Jack Shackleford, Jack Dover Wellman, Audrey Harper, Margot Adler, Trevor Turner



7 May 1988

Derry '68 Look Back in Anger?

Professor Ian Kennedy

Roy Bradford, Paul Brennan, Henry Kelly, DeLores Tucker, Noirin Connolly, Eamonn McCann, Glen Barr

Yes



14 May 1988

Israel: Forty Years On

John Underwood

Yohanan Lahav, Anton Shammas, Marie Colvin, Gerald Kaufman, Moshe Amirav, Faisal Aweidah, Nadia Hijab



21 May 1988

What is Sex For?

Professor Anthony Clare

Andrea Dworkin, Anthony Burgess, Jim Haynes, Julia Ronder, Jack Dominian, Roz Kaveney

Yes



28 May 1988

Winston Churchill

Trevor Hyett

David Irving, Lord Hailsham, Anthony Montague Browne, David Reynolds, Jack Jones, Jean Howard

Yes



4 June 1988

Open to Exposure

Professor Ian Kennedy

Peter Hillmore, Lester Middlehurst, Harvey Proctor, Annette Witheridge, Laurie Manifold, Christine Keeler, Nina Myskow

Yes



11 June 1988

South Africa

Trevor Hyett

Harry Belafonte, Dennis Worrall, Essop Pahad, Breyten Breytenbach, Nick Mitchell, Victoria Brittain, Ismail Ayob

Yes



18 June 1988

How Do You Survive a Murder?

Professor Anthony Clare

Lord Longford, Georgina Lawton, June Patient, Patricia Highsmith, Peter Whent, David Howden, James Nelson, Sarah Boyle

Yes



25 June 1988

Pornography

Helena Kennedy

Hanna Segal, Paula Meadows, Bill Margold, Susanne Kappeler, James Bogle, David Hebditch, 'Dave'



2 July 1988

Animal Rights

Beverly Anderson

Katie Boyle, Rex Hudson, Ralph Cook, Miriam Rothschild, Mark Gold, Judy MacArthur, Frank Evans

Yes



9 July 1988

After Cleveland

Trevor Hyett

Beatrix Campbell, Shirley Edwards, Ray Wyre, A father from Cleveland, Ralph Underwager, Simon Court, 'John', Raine Roberts



16 July 1988

British Intelligence

John Underwood

Gary Murray, Alastair Mackie, Merlyn Rees, Robin Ramsay, Jock Kane, Robert Harbinson, H. Montgomery Hyde

Yes



23 July 1988

It's a Mad, Mad World?

Beverly Anderson

Errol Francis, Anne Newnham, Glynn Harrison, Sashi Sashidharan, Derek Francis, Pamela Taylor, Thomas Szasz

Yes



30 July 1988

Save the Whale, Save the World?

Roisin McAuley

Kieran Mulvaney, Heathcote Williams, Petra Kelly, James Lovelock, Tony Ball, C. W. Nicol, Shigeko Misaki

Yes



6 August 1988

Nicaragua

John Underwood

John Silber, Alfred Sherman, Roberto Ferrey, Susan Morgan, Bianca Jagger, Amalia Chomarro, Allan Francovich, John Bevan



13 August 1988

Money

Henry Kelly

Michael Lee, Owen Oyston, Michael Bassett, Nicholas Van Hoogstraten, Marie Jahoda, Hannah Ward, Frances Jankowski

Yes



20 August 1988

Born to Serve?

Trevor Hyett

Peter Clarke, John Cawston, John Rentoul, Eva Figes, Doris Williams, Jessica Mitford, Pamela Hilton, Cora



27 August 1988

Sentencing

Professor Ian Kennedy

Isabel Brydie, David Napley, Sarah Helm, Michael Argyle, Peter Herbert, John Coker, Vivian Berger

Yes



3 September 1988

Alternative Medicine

Tony Wilson

Debra Freechild, Ronald Davey, James Randi, Jacques Benveniste, Erica Jones, Walter Stewart, David Reilly, Jonathan Miller



10 September 1988

Blacklist?

Professor Ian Kennedy

Harold Musgrove, Hilary Wainwright, Hugo Cornwall, Richard Norton-Taylor, George Brumwell, John Macreadie, Michael Noar

Yes


Series 3[edit source]



Date of broadcast

Title of programme

Host

Guests

BFI InView



13 May 1989

Out of Bounds

John Underwood

Eddie Chapman, Tony Benn, Lord Dacre, James Rusbridger, Miles Copeland, Anthony Cavendish, Adela Gooch

Yes



20 May 1989

Football – The Final Whistle?

Jancis Robinson

Peter Garrett, Rhodes Boyson, Garth Crooks, James Delaney, Cass Pennant, Margaret Simey, John Williams, Eileen Delaney

Yes



27 May 1989

Drugs – Is Britain Cracking Up?

Professor Ian Kennedy

Blue, Robert Lefever, Nell Campbell, Terry Goddard, 'Louise', Margaret White, Allan Parry




3 June 1989

Back in the USSR?

Professor Anthony Clare

Mikki Doyle, Vladimir Bukovsky, Denis Healey, Martin Walker, Tatyana Tolstaya, Vitali Vitaliev




10 June 1989

Britain – Out on a Limb?

Beverly Anderson

Peter Ustinov, Kenneth Minogue, Shirley Williams, Richard Perle, Alastair Morton, Josef Joffe, Edward Heath

Yes



17 June 1989

Rock Bottom?

Matthew Parris

Eartha Kitt, Pauline Black, Simon Napier-Bell, Pat Kane, Imruh Bakari, Jonathan Ashby




24 June 1989

Pride and Prejudice

Beverly Anderson

Ole Espersen, Russell Watkyn, Jo Purvis, Ismond Rosen, Jennie Wilson, Martin Sherman, Ken Skeates

Yes



1 July 1989

What's Up Doc?

Tony Wilson

Ivor Daniels, Alex Comfort, James Hammond, Ian McColl, Joanna Trowell, David Widgery, Jane Rosbotham

Yes



8 July 1989

Who Dares Wins?

Professor Anthony Clare

Frederick Martens, Tony Colston-Hayter, Victor Lownes, 'Dougie', Mary-Ann Hushlak, Bishop of Willesden, David Berglas, Al Alvarez




15 July 1989

School's Out

Matthew Parris

Robert Munks, Adae Whitcombe, Sonia Leiper, Darren Brind, Nadeem Inayat, Paula McNamara, Kieran Clifton

Yes



22 July 1989

The Cost of Divorce

Professor Ian Kennedy

Denis Cooper, Marvin Mitchelson, George MacBeth, Sue Stapely, Gill Cooper, Elizabeth Browne, George Brown

Yes



29 July 1989

What Is There To Believe In?

Tony Wilson

Lynette Burrows, Steven Rose, David Holloway, Frank Cioffi, The Bishop of Durham, Dorothy Rowe, Michael Bentine




2 September 1989

Germany – 50 Years On

Professor Anthony Clare

Amity Shlaes, Reinhard Spitzy, Albert Friedlander, Christof Wackernagel, Donald Cameron Watt, Franz Schoenhuber, Jozef Garlinski

Yes



9 September 1989

Superpowers – All In The Mind

Tony Wilson

Martin Israel, Ivy Northage, James Randi, Athena Pattengill, Stephen O'Brien, Susan Blackmore




16 September 1989

What Do We Do With Sex Offenders?

Helena Kennedy

Gerald Silverman, John Coker, Ray Wyre, 'Peter', Maurice White, Nell McCafferty, Michael Bettsworth




23 September 1989

Freud – 50 Years On

Professor Ian Kennedy

Donald Reeves, Jeffrey Masson, Hans Lobner, Stuart Sutherland, Isabel Menzies Lyth, Ralph Steadman, Anna Raeburn

Yes



30 September 1989

Body Beautiful – What Do We Want?

Sheena McDonald

Mandy Mudd, Nabil Shaban, Dee Wells, Arthur Marwick, Molly Parkin, Zoe Warwick, Suzanne Younger




7 October 1989

Death Penalty?

Professor Anthony Clare

Sean O'Dochartaigh, Syd Dernley, Dorothea Morefield, Evelyn Ann Theobald, Peter Thornton, Michael Argyle, Guy Rais

Yes



14 October 1989

Ethiopia

John Underwood

Mark Bowden, Mary Dines, Richard Balfe, Berhane Ghebrehiwot, Rebecca Astrate, Peter Bauer, Charles Stewart, Abadi Zemo

Yes



21 October 1989

The Royal Family – Dallas or Palace?

Tony Wilson

Edgar Wilson, Andrew Morton, Archduke Karl von Habsburg, Peregrine Worsthorne, Gwyn Fitch, Peter Russell, Rhoda Koenig

Yes



28 October 1989

Men and Women: What's the Difference?

Matthew Parris

Mary Stott, Maria Scherer, Malcolm Bennett, Hans Eysenck, Helen Haste, David Stayt, Xaviera Hollander

Yes



4 November 1989

What Makes MPs Run?

Trevor Hyett

David Lewis, Ken Livingstone, Andrew Roth, 'Barbara', Edwina Currie, Julia Langdon, Julia Stonehouse




11 November 1989

War and Peace

Professor Anthony Clare

Father Owen Hardwicke, Scilla Elworthy, Anthony Farrar-Hockley, Jean Ward, Major the Rev'd David Cooper, Wade Tidbury, Arthur Moyse

Yes



18 November 1989

Space: How Far Should We Go?

Professor Ian Kennedy

Heinz Wolff, Stephen Donnelly, Buzz Aldrin, Jocelyn Bell Burnell, Whitley Strieber, Ian Watson, Tom Wilkie

Yes



25 November 1989

Shall We Live In South Africa?

Professor Anthony Clare

Lady Bernard, Zoe Wicomb, Abdullah Ibrahim, Donald Woods, Matthew Oliphant, Shula Marks, John Nash, Mike Ramsay

Yes



1 December 1989

Terrorism

Professor Ian Kennedy

Ariel Merari, Yehudi Menuhin, Fred Holroyd, Richard Clutterbuck, Michael Opperskalski, Jillian Becker, Gordon Liddy

Yes


Series 4[edit source]



Date of broadcast

Title of programme

Host

Guests

BFI InView



12 January 1991

Arms and the Gulf

Professor Ian Kennedy

Tam Dalyell, Bruce Hemmings, Robert Jarman, James Lunt, Joey Martyn–Martin, Adel Darwish, Rana Kabbani

Yes



19 January 1991

Survival – At What Cost?

Professor Anthony Clare

Sheila Cassidy, Richard Morefield, Brummie Stokes, Hugo Gryn, Karma Nabulsi, Monica McKibbin

Yes



26 January 1991

Do Men Have To Be Violent?

Helena Kennedy

Antoinette Giancana, Neil Lyndon, Keith Simpson, Arthur Hyett Williams, Oliver Reed, Kate Millett, Elliott Leyton



2 February 1991

Counting The Cost of a Free Press

Helena Kennedy

Duncan Campbell, Lord Lambton, Gordon Winter, Jane Moore, Clare Short, Anthony Howard

Yes



9 February 1991

Abortion

Anthony Holden

Helen Brook, Michael Chapman, John Finnis, Wendy Savage, Alison Davis, Angela Farley, Mary Kenny




16 February 1991

Sexaholics

Kay Avila

Dirg Aab-Richards, Colin Brewer, Charlotte Davis Kasl, Corky McGuinness, Michael Seed, 'Jackie', 'Mike'




23 February 1991

Prisons: No Way Out

Professor Ian Kennedy

Theodore Dalrymple, Paul Dolese, Sheila Heather-Hayes, Tony Lambrianou, Joe Whitty, Taki Theodoracopolous, Mary Eaton, Jim Wood

Yes



2 March 1991

The Gulf: Counting The Cost

John Plender

Adnan Al-Bahar, Chris Cowley, Edward Heath, Robert McGeehan, Lord Weidenfeld, Mona Bauwens, Adnan Khashoggi

Yes



9 February 1991

After Rochdale

Tony Wilson

Beatrix Campbell, Andy Croall, Her Honour Jean Graham Hall, Sherrill Mulhern, John Shirley, Deborah Cameron, Wendy Lindsay, Bill Thompson

Yes



16 March 1991

The Luck of the Irish?

Trevor Hyett

Father Patrick Buckley, Patrick Cosgrave, J. P. Donleavy, David Norris, Emily O'Reilly, Paul Hill, Ethel Smith, Francis Stuart




23 March 1991

What Should Teachers Learn?

Professor Anthony Clare

Peter Davies, Annis Garfield, Steve McCarthy, Zoe Readhead, Catherine Finnan, James Harries, Russell Profitt, Eleanor MacDonald

Yes



31 March 1991

Who Believes In Miracles?

Tony Wilson

Ann Diamond, Prof Teddy Hall, Barbara Smoker, Matthew Fox, Tom Wright, Hyam Maccoby, Ian Wilson




6 April 1991

Serial Success?

Matthew Parris

Jeremy Coid, Stefan Jaworzyn, Detective Ray Pierce, Michael Winner, Catherine Itzin, John Sutcliffe, Helen Zahavi



Specials[edit source]



Date of broadcast

Title of programme

Host

Guests

BFI InView



7 August 1993

Bloody Bosnia

Professor Ian Kennedy

Fitzroy Maclean, Nikola Koljević, Gordana Knezević, Melanie McDonagh, Sean Gervasi, Amela, Branka Magas



30 May 1994

Brave New World

Sheena McDonald

Tom Shakespeare, Lewis Wolpert, Anthony Fisher, Adrienne Asch, Germaine Greer, Brian Richards, Robert Winston, Claire Austin

Yes



21 January 1995

Ireland: Sex & Celibacy, Church & State

Helena Kennedy

Garret FitzGerald, Gabriel Daly, Tom Stack, Eddie Humphries, Helena O'Donoghue, Emily O'Reilly, Mary Kenny, Richard Sipe, Sinéad O'Connor

Yes



17 August 1995

Lethal Justice

John Underwood

June Homer, James Grigson, Norman Parker, Norman Brennan, Hanna Segal, Don Cabana, Clive Stafford Smith

Yes



28 May 1996

The Price of Life

Professor Ian Kennedy

Roger Gould, Julian Tudor Hart, Martin Israel, Richard Nicholson, Ron Zimmern, Paige Sipes Metzler, Marion Harris

Yes



13 September 1997

After Diana

Helena Kennedy

Beatrix Campbell, Emmanuel Le Roy Ladurie, Victoria Mitford, Frank Prochaska, George Monbiot, Frank McQuerins, Claus von Bulow

Yes



1 November 1997

Abortion – Whose Choice?

John Underwood

Gerard Casey, Bernard Nathanson, John Parsons, John Harris, Josephine Barnes, Fay Weldon, Sarah Walsh


BBC Four series[edit source]



Date of broadcast

Title of programme

Host

Guests

BFI InView



22 February 2003

Iraq: What's Oil Got To Do It?

Tony Wilson

Jonathan Aitken, Ray Leonard, Hannah Sell, Colleen Graffy, Miriam, Norah Sabri, Nabil Musawi, Robert Mabro




1 March 2003

Child Protection: How Far Should We Go?

Helena Kennedy

Esther Rantzen, Tom O'Carroll, Bill Thompson, June Taylor, Jeremy Coid, Peter Garsden, Christian Wolmar




8 March 2003

Terrorism: Who Wins?

Professor Sir Ian Kennedy

Albie Sachs, Mohammad al-Massari, Jim Swire, Silke Maier-Witt, Michael Swetnam, David Shayler




22 March 2003

Stop the War?

Sheena McDonald

Michael Randle, Lord Hannay, Alice Nutter, Ruth Wedgwood, Ken O'Keefe, Tony Robinson, Robert Fox, Daniel Mason




29 March 2003

Iraq: Truth and Lies?

John Underwood

Saad Hattar, Corinne Souza, Gerald James, David Gore-Booth, Jenny Moore, Haitham Rashid Al-Withaib, Yosri Fouda



References[edit source]

1.^ Open Media – After Dark




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6 comments:

Zoompad said...

RALPH UNDERWAGER WAS ON IT AS WELL!!!!

9 July 1988

After Cleveland

Trevor Hyett

Beatrix Campbell, Shirley Edwards, Ray Wyre, A father from Cleveland, Ralph Underwager, Simon Court, 'John', Raine Roberts

Zoompad said...

Does anyone know who Simon Court is? John Raine, is this the same man who has just been awarded an OBE?

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2013_New_Year_Honours

John Raine OBE - Director, Foreign and Commonwealth Office. For services to international diplomacy.

Anonymous said...

I asked mt dad who was a high flyer in the liberal party about Cyril smith and he said of course we all knew, but its was considered wrong to discriminate against homosexuals, he said if he had his way they would have been banned from top positions in the party as they were always a risk

Zoompad said...

Cyril Smith wasn't a homosexual, he was a paedophile, a very aggressive bold preditory paedophile who was protected by lawyer gangsters, MI5 gangsters and other politicians.

The lawyer gangsters are the scariest because they are making up the laws as they go along, and the others are letting them.

Zoompad said...

Homosexuals are ADULTS of the same sex, not ones who go after little girls and boys.

Zoompad said...

The paedophiles have latched onto Gay Rights as their banner cause because it's a tool they can use to get at children.

Thats why they are so determined to get Gay Marriage in churches. The objective is to smash up the church that opposes paedophilia. Theyve infiltrated the church to make it impotent.

They have pushed for gay adoption, but what any potential adopter needs to ask themselves when applying for custody of other peoples children is this: HOW DID THE STATE OBTAIN THOSE CHILDREN?